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EMTs Beat Me Up,' says Bronx Hospital Security Guard

NEW YORK -- A Bronx hospital security officer claimed he was worked over twice - first by two irate FDNY medics who beat him and then by his boss, who threatened to fire him.

Riza Sever, 28, was working the night shift at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx on Thursday night when two FDNY EMTs came in with a patient on a stretcher.

Sever said he and EMT John Rugen got into a shouting match about who was allowed in the emergency room.

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